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Re: bass for someone starting out

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Posted by Bob 'Skippy' Blechinger on April 30, 2001 at 16:28:28:

In Reply to: bass for someone starting out posted by beginner on April 29, 2001 at 20:36:25:

: i feel like i want to play the bass for a long time, but i am not completely sure, so for my first bass, i want to keep in the low, low range. i am thinking that i will probably get the squier affinity p-bass, but that kramer 420s at looks mighty tempting. is there anywhere (or anyone with experiences with this bass) to verify if the kramer (and the amp packaged with it) will be ok for a beginner...i mean, it is very cheap, but i just don't want it to be absolute crap. thanks

The Kramer Focus 420S at is awesome, *especially* for the price!

I just got myself one a few months ago; it's been absolutely *excellent* for me, and I've been playing bass for over 20 years. :-)

I'd recommend the Focus 420S without hesitation; in fact, I'd put it head and shoulders above the Squier Affinity P-Bass, which - in my ever-so-humble opinion - is nowhere *near* the instrument that the Kramer is!

Go with the Kramer; you won't be sorry. :-)


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